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KURBONSHO - Vahan Songs

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Chernaya Zemlya CHZ:a
Release Year: 2011
Note: primordial folklore music from the PAMIR mountains by one of the most legendary musician and poet from that region (who died in 2008), recorded at a remoted village with no electricity by ANDREY KOMAROV (aka VISHUDDHA KALI) - comes with 20 pages hardcover A5 digibook package
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.00

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"The disc contains unique ethnographic field recordings made by Andrey Komarov (Vishudha Kali), during an expedition to the Pamirs in 2004. One of the goals of this expedition was to study the musical traditions of the Pamir highlands. Here he discovered the most outstanding poet and musician, Kurbonsho. The village in which he lived is a wild place on Vakhania (Afghan gap) with no electricity and extremely difficult access. Although local residents claimed that he was unlikely to agree to sing, Andrey still managed to record his primordial folklore music, which is represented on this disc. Kurbonsho died in 2008. Beautiful lyrical melodies (sung in Devanagari) with smooth transitions and flowing vocals - the music is clear and unprepared for the European organic ear. Ltd x 700 copies in a 20-page A5 digibook." [label info]